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Battery with more charge?

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Okay, my situation is that my excalibur hasn't been holding a charge since two months ago.

Before, it used to hold about 8 hours with Agile always on, but now it barely lasts 2 hours; so I thought that my battery may be a little wonky.

I've tried charging it while it was off a few times, but to no avail.

I've decided on buying a new battery now, but first I want to know if anyone knows if there is a better, compatible battery for the excalibur that will hold more charge than the standard one. I've looked everywhere online, but from what I dugg up, there's only one battery/model since it's a device specific one...

I don't know much about this topic, so some help would be appreciated. :( Thanks.

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Okay, my situation is that my excalibur hasn't been holding a charge since two months ago.

Before, it used to hold about 8 hours with Agile always on, but now it barely lasts 2 hours; so I thought that my battery may be a little wonky.

I've tried charging it while it was off a few times, but to no avail.

I've decided on buying a new battery now, but first I want to know if anyone knows if there is a better, compatible battery for the excalibur that will hold more charge than the standard one. I've looked everywhere online, but from what I dugg up, there's only one battery/model since it's a device specific one...

I don't know much about this topic, so some help would be appreciated. :( Thanks.

There is an extended battery available at http://www.expansys.com/p.aspx?partner=modaco&i=145128&asource=157105 which should do the trick :D

Regards,

Dark Horse

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I would use this one:

http://shop.eten.hu/mugen-power-s620-excal...door-p-142.html

In fact, I do use that one :( I get about double the battery life from it. With Push mail, non-push GMail, Palringo, and fairly heavy use, it lasts at least 2-3 days. On the regular battery it lasts a little over a day.

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I would use this one:

http://shop.eten.hu/mugen-power-s620-excal...door-p-142.html

In fact, I do use that one :) I get about double the battery life from it. With Push mail, non-push GMail, Palringo, and fairly heavy use, it lasts at least 2-3 days. On the regular battery it lasts a little over a day.

http://www.seidioonline.com/index.asp?Page...p;Category=1092

This one has also more charge, but doesn't need an additional cover. Compared to the original one it has 400 mAh more power.

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